Episode 4: Therapeutic Double Feature


Taylor Gentry…Count Drahoon/Lenny

Alex Maynard…Gill Man/Det. Kimball

Will Lasley…Bigfoot

Gregory Lannom…Bogeyman/Bartender

C.J. Walton…Sophie

Andre Churchwell…Rich/Hector

Cova Brouwer…Lana

Special Guest: Shondell McFall


Music by Choram

Sound Engineering by Aaron Trimble

Director of Photography…Corey Guthrie

Written by Taylor Gentry and Alex Maynard

Edited, Produced, and Directed by Taylor Gentry


Drahoon Website: http://www.featureoffright.com/

Instagram and Twitter: @countdrahoon

FB Like Page Link: https://www.facebook.com/countdrahoon/?ref=bookmarks

Drahoon Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/count-drahoon-s-feature-of-fright

Audible Link: http://audibletrial.com/Drahoon

Cemetery Tales’ Instagram: @tombwatcherscemetarytales

Cemetary Tales’ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLfRsBCYfY-bNSIJVIGb4Bg

Synopsis: The Count presents a “Therapeutic Double Feature”; two tales having to do with some component of mental health or therapy. In “Monster Therapy”, the Count holds a support group for monsters; featuring the Gill Man, Bigfoot, and the Bogeyman. Will the monsters make progress on their self esteem issues and fears, or will they take out their rage on an unsuspecting populace? In “A Horla Lives in Room 303”, Sophie suspects her neighbor is an invisible creature known as a horla, while her brother suspects that she has either fallen  off the wagon or is going insane. Plus, an interview with Glen Ghoul of Tombwatcher Presents: Cemetery Tales!

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